Orange Bowl (American Football)

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Der Orange Bowl ist ein jährlich ausgetragenes Meisterschaftsspiel im College Football, dem Hochschulspielbetrieb der National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) im American Football in den USA, das jedes Jahr in der Regel am 1. Januar stattfindet. Der Orange Bowl ist Teil der Bowl Championship Series und somit einer der wichtigsten Bowls im College-Football. In den Spielzeiten 2000/2001 und 2004/2005 fungierte er zugleich als BCS National Championship Game.

Das Spiel wurde von 1935 bis 1995 und 1999 im Orange Bowl Stadium in Miami und seit 1996 im Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens ausgetragen. Von 1989 bis 2010 firmierte der Pokal als FedEx Orange Bowl da FedEx als Hauptsponsor eintrat. Seit 26. August 2010 hat Discover Financial diese Position inne, wodurch der offizielle Name auf Discover Orange Bowl geändert wurde. Der Vertrag ist auf vier Jahre angelegt.

Der Namensgeber der Trophäe (Eingang zur Orangebowl)
Die neue Spielstätte seit 1996 vor...
...und nach der Renovierung 2015/16
Orange Bowl 2008, Kansas Jayhawks vs. Virginia Tech Hokies
Jahr Gewinner Gegner
1935 Bucknell 26 Miami 0
1936 Catholic University 20 Mississippi 19
1937 Duquesne 13 Mississippi State 12
1938 Auburn 6 Michigan State 0
1939 Tennessee 17 Oklahoma 0
1940 Georgia Tech 21 Missouri 7
1941 Mississippi State 14 Georgetown 7
1942 Georgia 40 TCU 26
1943 Alabama 37 Boston College 21
1944 LSU 19 Texas A&M 14
1945 Tulsa 26 Georgia Tech 12
1946 Miami 13 Holy Cross 6
1947 Rice 8 Tennessee 0
1948 Georgia Tech 20 Kansas 14
1949 Texas 41 Georgia 28
1950 Santa Clara 21 Kentucky 13
1951 Clemson 15 Miami 14
1952 Georgia Tech 17 Baylor 14
1953 Alabama 61 Syracuse 6
1954 Oklahoma 7 Maryland 0
1955 Duke 34 Nebraska 7
1956 Oklahoma 20 Maryland 6
1957 Colorado 27 Clemson 21
1958 Oklahoma 48 Duke 21
1959 Oklahoma 21 Syracuse 6
1960 Georgia 14 Missouri 0
1961 Missouri 21 Navy 14
1962 LSU 25 Colorado 7
1963 Alabama 17 Oklahoma 0
1964 Nebraska 13 Auburn 7
1965 Texas 21 Alabama 17
1966 Alabama 39 Nebraska 28
1967 Florida 27 Georgia Tech 12
1968 Oklahoma 26 Tennessee 24
1969 Penn State 15 Kansas 14
1970 Penn State 10 Missouri 3
1971 Nebraska 17 LSU 12
1972 Nebraska 38 Alabama 6
1973 Nebraska 40 Notre Dame 6
1974 Penn State 16 LSU 9
1975 Notre Dame 13 Alabama 11
1976 Oklahoma 14 Michigan 6
1977 Ohio State 27 Colorado 10
1978 Arkansas 31 Oklahoma 6
1979 Oklahoma 31 Nebraska 24
1980 Oklahoma 24 Florida State 7
1981 Oklahoma 18 Florida State 17
1982 Clemson 22 Nebraska 15
1983 Nebraska 21 LSU 20
1984 Miami 31 Nebraska 30
1985 Washington 28 Oklahoma 17
1986 Oklahoma 25 Penn State 10
1987 Oklahoma 42 Arkansas 8
1988 Miami 20 Oklahoma 14
1989 Miami 23 Nebraska 3
1990 Notre Dame 21 Colorado 6
1991 Colorado 10 Notre Dame 9
1992 Miami 22 Nebraska 0
1993 Florida State 27 Nebraska 14
1994 Florida State 18 Nebraska 16
1995 Nebraska 24 Miami 17
1996 Florida State 31 Notre Dame 26
1996 Nebraska 41 Virginia Tech 21
1998 Nebraska 42 Tennessee 17
1999 Florida 31 Syracuse 10
2000 Michigan 35 Alabama 34
2001 Oklahoma 13 Florida State 2
2002 Florida 56 Maryland 23
2003 USC 38 Iowa 17
2004 Miami 16 Florida State 14
2005 USC 55 Oklahoma 19
2006 Penn State 26 Florida State 23
2007 Louisville 24 Wake Forest 13
2008 Kansas Jayhawks 24 Virginia Tech Hokies 21
2009 Virginia Tech Hokies 20 Cincinnati Bearcats 7
2010 Iowa 24 Georgia Tech 14
2011 Stanford 20 Virginia Tech Hokies 12
2012 West Virginia 70 Clemson 33
2013 Florida State 31 Northern Illinois 10
Januar 2014 Clemson 40 Ohio State 35
Dezember 2014 Georgia Tech 49 Mississippi State 34
2015 Clemson 37 Oklama 17
2016 Florida State 33 Michigan 32
2017 Wisconsin–Madison 34 Miami 24

MVPs[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Joe Namath, MVP beim Orange Bowl 1965
J. C. Watts, MVP beim Orange Bowl 1980 und 1981
Charlie Ward, MVP beim Orange Bowl 1993 und 1994
Ahman Green, MVP beim Orange Bowl 1998
Aqib Talib, MVP beim Orange Bowl 2008
Andrew Luck, MVP beim Orange Bowl 2011
Geno Smith, MVP beim Orange Bowl 2012
Saison MVP Team Position
1965 Joe Namath Alabama Quarterback
1966 Steve Sloan Alabama Quarterback
1967 Larry Smith Florida Tailback
1968 Bob Warmack Oklahoma Quarterback
1969 Donnie Shanklin Kansas Halfback
1970 Chuck Burkhart Penn State Quarterback
Mike Reid Penn State Defensive Tackle
1971 Jerry Tagge Nebraska Quarterback
Willie Harper Nebraska Defensive End
1972 Jerry Tagge Nebraska Quarterback
Rich Glover Nebraska Defensive Tackle
1973 Johnny Rodgers Nebraska Runningback/Wide Receiver
Rich Glover Nebraska Defensive Tackle
1974 Tom Shuman Penn State Quarterback
Randy Crowder Penn State Defensive Tackle
1975 Wayne Bullock Notre Dame Fullback
Leroy Cook Alabama Defensive End
1976 Steve Davis Oklahoma Quarterback
Lee Roy Selmon Oklahoma Defensive Tackle
1977 Rod Gerald Ohio State Quarterback
Tom Cousineau Ohio State Linebacker
1978 Roland Sales Arkansas Runningback
Reggie Freeman Arkansas Defensive Tackle
1979 Billy Sims Oklahoma Runningback
Reggie Kinlaw Oklahoma Defensive Tackle
1980 J. C. Watts Oklahoma Quarterback
Bud Hebert Oklahoma Free Safety
1981 J. C. Watts Oklahoma Quarterback
Jarvis Coursey Florida State Defensive End
1982 Homer Jordan Clemson Quarterback
Jeff Davis Clemson Linebacker
1983 Turner Gill Nebraska Quarterback
Dave Rimington Nebraska Center
1984 Bernie Kosar Miami Quarterback
Jack Fernandez Miami Linebacker
1985 Jacque Robinson Washington Tailback
Ron Holmes Washington Defensive Tackle
1986 Sonny Brown Oklahoma Defensive Back
Tim Lasher Oklahoma Kicker
1987 Spencer Tillman Oklahoma Halfback
Dante Jones Oklahoma Linebacker
1988 Bernard Clark Miami Linebacker
Darrell Reed Oklahoma Defensive End
1989 Steve Walsh Miami Quarterback
Charles Fryer Nebraska Cornerback
1990 Raghib Ismail Notre Dame Wide Receiver
Darian Hagan Centerolorado Quarterback
1991 Charles S. Johnson Colorado Quarterback
Chris Zorich Notre Dame Defensive Tackle
1992 Larry Jones Miami Runningback
Tyrone Leggette Nebraska Cornerback
1993 Charlie Ward Florida State Quarterback
Corey Dixon Nebraska Wide Receiver
1994 Charlie Ward Florida State Quarterback
Tommie Frazier Nebraska Quarterback
1995 Tommie Frazier Nebraska Quarterback
Chris T. Jones Miami Wide Receiver
1996 Andre Cooper Florida State Wide Receiver
Derrick Mayes Notre Dame Wide Receiver
1997 Damon Benning Nebraska Runningback
Ken Oxendine Virginia Tech Runningback
1998 Ahman Green Nebraska Runningback
1999 Travis Taylor Florida Wide Receiver
2000 David Terrell Michigan Wide Receiver
2001 Torrance Marshall Oklahoma Linebacker
2002 Taylor Jacobs Florida Wide Receiver
2003 Carson Palmer USC Quarterback
2004 Jarrett Payton Miami Runningback
2005 Matt Leinart USC Quarterback
2006 Willie Reid FSU Wide Receiver
2007 Brian Brohm Louisville Quarterback
2008 Aqib Talib Kansas Cornerback
2009 Darren Evans Virginia Tech Runningback
2010 Adrian Clayborn Iowa Defensive End
2011 Andrew Luck Stanford Quarterback
2012 Geno Smith West Virginia Quarterback
2013 Lonnie Pryor Florida State Fullback
2014 (Januar) Sammy Watkins Clemson Wide Receiver
2014 (Dezember) Justin Thomas Georgia Tech Quarterback
2015 Deshaun Watson Clemson Quarterback
Ben Boulware Clemson Linebacker
2016 Dalvin Cook Florida State Runningback
2017 Alex Hornibrook Wisconsin-Madison Quarterback

Weblinks[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

http://www.orangebowl.org/ Homepage (englisch)